The unique six-year contract extension signed by Colin Kaepernick made Nick Foles happy to see another colleague rewarded.

It didn’t make Foles jealous, envious or even disappointed.

Foles on Monday said Kaepernick’s deal, first reported at $126 million with $61 guaranteed but with several team-friendly incentives that could severely lessen the total, won’t be in the back of his mind as he goes through the 2014 season.

By CBA rules, Foles won’t be eligible for an extension on his rookie deal until after this season, his third year since being drafted in the third round out of Arizona.

“I think if you start worrying about numbers, you stop worrying about what you’re doing,” Foles said after Monday's OTA. “That’s where you mess up. I’m happy for those guys who do well, but my most important thing is being successful with my teammates. When I’m playing out there, there’s no dollar sign on me when I’m throwing a ball.”

Foles is one of several high-profile quarterbacks from the 2012 draft class who can break the bank next offseason, a list that includes Andrew Luck, Robert Griffin III and Super Bowl champion Russell Wilson.

Foles, who last year registered the third-highest passer rating in NFL history (119.2) and tossed 27 touchdowns to just two interceptions, will make $615,000 this year. He made $543,520 in guaranteed money. Next year, in his final year, Foles is slated to make $660,000 if he doesn’t have his contract extended first.